Euthyphro And Critical Thinking

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In the story, Euthyphro finds Socrates at the courthouse and was shocked to hear that Euthyphro was suing his own father because he believes that his father was a murderer. Socrates attempts to make Euthyphro come to a conclusion about what he thinks the nature of piety was and tries to explain to Euthyphro that he does not know the true meaning of piety. Euthyphro tries to protect and stand his ground but he only manages to give mediocre responses to Socrates, but Euthyphro comes to the conclusion that piety is something that has approval by the gods. Socrates wants to enlighten Euthyphro and teach him to learn that the opinion of one does not speak for the opinion of everyone. So, Socrates challenges Euthyphro with critical thinking through

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